List of Star Wars planets and moons

The fictional universe of the Star Wars franchise features multiple planets and moons. While only the feature films and selected other works are considered canon to the franchise since the 2012 acquisition of Lucasfilm by The Walt Disney Company, some canon planets were first named or explored in works from the non-canon Star Wars expanded universe, now rebranded Star Wars Legends.

Remains of the film set for the Lars Homestead on the Planet Tatooine at Chott el-Jerid, Tunisia (pictured in 2010)

In the theatrical Star Wars films, many scenes set on these planets and moons were filmed on location rather than on a sound stage. For example, the resort city of Canto Bight located on the planet Cantonica, seen in Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), was filmed in Dubrovnik, Croatia.[1]

Star Wars canon astrography edit

Map of the Star Wars galaxy (Legends)

The Star Wars galaxy contains several broad sub-regions. Their exact definitions fluctuated somewhat during the Legends continuity, but were later formally updated by the new canon continuity when Disney purchased Lucasfilm. The new canon map is broadly similar to the later versions of the Legends galactic map.

As a general rule, most of the galaxy's wealth, power, and population are concentrated near the middle of the galactic circle – the "Core Worlds". The first major interstellar powers in the core are stated to have risen many millennia ago, gradually coalescing into the early Galactic Republic, with its capital at Coruscant. Waves of colonization (and conquest) by the Republic gradually spread outward from the Core, into the sparser systems at the galaxy's edge, such as Tatooine. Worlds of the Outer Rim are rich in raw resources but lack the population, infrastructure, or political power of the Core. Major galactic sub-regions are further divided into quadrants, sectors, etc., down to individual star systems and planets.

The galaxy has at least two companion-satellite dwarf galaxies, one of which is known as the Rishi Maze, but they are very lightly settled or explored.

The canon map depicts a top-down view of the galactic disk, with "north" as the side of the galactic center that Coruscant is located on. As the capital planet of the Republic and later the Empire, Coruscant is used as the reference point for galactic astronomy, set at XYZ coordinates 0-0-0. Standardized galactic time measurements are also based on Coruscant's local solar day and year.

According to the updated Visual Dictionary series made by Pablo Hidalgo for the Sequel Trilogy, these are the general regions of the galaxy spreading outward from the Core:

  • Deep Core – the innermost brightly lit region of space, with a supermassive black hole at the center which binds the galaxy together. Densely-packed with stars, nebulae, and other anomalies, it is therefore thinly settled due to the resulting high radiation levels and lack of stable hyperspace routes.
  • Core Worlds – powerful and wealthy planets with millennia-long histories, many of them founding members of the Galactic Republic. On-screen examples include Coruscant, Corellia, Alderaan, and Hosnian Prime.
  • The Colonies – the first colonies founded by the nascent Galactic Republic in ancient times. The name is somewhat anachronistic, as they have grown nearly as powerful as the "Core Worlds" themselves, though their histories aren't quite as long or prestigious (i.e. comparable to how the United States or Canada could be called "the colonies" of Great Britain). Mentioned by name in The Rise of Skywalker.
  • Inner Rim – the original edge of the Galactic Republic, where expansion waves stopped for many generations.
  • Expansion Region – nestled between the "Inner Rim" and the "Mid Rim", anachronistically named due to a new colonization wave starting again.
  • Mid-Rim – Generally industrialized though not very important planets, but more developed than the true "frontier" in the Outer Rim. On-screen examples include Naboo and Kashyyyk.
  • Outer Rim – a vast region including all of the last major star systems up to the galaxy's edge. As the last region that the Republic expanded into, it is relatively the least developed, a frontier more often than not exploited by the central galactic government for its resources. On-screen examples include Tatooine, Yavin, Hoth, Bespin, Endor, Geonosis, Utapau, Mustafar, and Kessel.
  • Wild Space – star systems located beyond the Outer Rim – because a galaxy's "edge" is not a fixed border line, but a concentration of stars tapering off in frequency. Unlike the Outer Rim, these sparse few systems around the galaxy's circumference were never formally charted. More broadly, Attack of the Clones established that the Star Wars galaxy actually possesses at least three small satellite galaxies, never colonized and considered largely inhospitable. The secret cloner-world Kamino, however, is located in one of these minor galactic clusters beyond the Outer Rim.
  • Unknown Regions – the new Canon map establishes that, due to the stability of hyperspace lanes, inhabited planets are weighted toward the "eastern" quadrant of the galactic plane with the "western" one being mostly unexplored. These Unknown Regions are home to the first Jedi temple on Ahch-To and the Chiss Ascendancy, into which Grand Admiral Thrawn was born. The remnants of the Empire retreated here after their defeat at Endor, reforming into the First Order – as well as, secret even to the First Order, Darth Sidious' Sith forces reconstituting on Exegol.
  • Western Reaches – the sectors once controlled by the Republic that border the Unknown Regions of the galactic "west". Essentially similar to the Outer Rim in terms of their history and economic development, the only difference being that instead of being located at the galaxy's physical edge, they are located at the edge of galactic exploration in the "western" side of the Republic. In The Force Awakens, it is stated in dialogue that Jakku is in the Western Reaches.

Apart from these broad regions radiating out from the galactic core, there are also several major galactic sub-regions of note:

  • Mandalorian space – technically located in the Outer Rim, but relatively close to the border with the Mid-Rim, near Kashyyyk, in the galactic "northeast". The planet Mandalore had its own regional space empire in ancient times, led by their formidable warrior culture. The Mandalorians were the most difficult enemies the Jedi ever faced short of the Sith: they were not Force-wielders, but were a culture of regular humans who had honed themselves to possess the pinnacle of combat training, equipment, and battle tactics. During a series of long wars with the Republic, however, many centuries before the Clone Wars, the Jedi were eventually able to fight them into submission - though with heavy losses. In the Star Wars: Clone Wars animated series, both the Republic and the Separatists compete for support from rival Mandalorian factions, and in the later Star Wars: Rebels animated series, Mandalorians again divide into a proxy war between pro-Imperial and pro-Rebel forces. According to The Mandalorian TV series, this eventually resulted in the devastation of Mandalorian space by the Empire, with surviving enclaves scattering across the Outer Rim.
  • Hutt Space – a fairly large swath of space along the "eastern" quadrant of the galactic plane, loosely straddling the border between the Mid-Rim and Outer-Rim. The Hutts are a kleptocratic Mafia state, derided as "gangsters" composed of several rival clans. The Hutts' resources and power are formidable enough that both the Republic and the Empire never bothered to conquer them, while the Hutts were too divided by their own internal politics to seriously challenge the Republic (unlike the Mandalorians).

This official galactic astrography was later re-confirmed for the first time in on-screen, live-action dialogue in The Mandalorian. In the second season's fourth episode, "The Siege", a classroom is briefly shown on a planet in the Outer Rim, in which a lesson on galactic astrography is being taught by a protocol droid. The teacher not only lists off each of these major regions from the Visual Dictionary, but lists them in the exact same order, from the Outer Rim to the Core:

"Who can name one of the five major trade routes in the galaxy? The Hydian Way [runs] from the Outer Rim to as far away as the Core Worlds. However, there are several other regions within our galaxy. They are the Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core, and the Deep Core."[2]

Star Wars canon planets and moons edit

The following list names prominent planets and moons from the Star Wars films or other canon media.

Name First appearance Year Media Fictional description Ref(s)
Abafar Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2012 TV series A desert planet located in the Outer Rim with a completely white surface. Known as The Void, the planet is barely populated but is home to massive amounts of rhydonium, a scarce and volatile fuel. [3]
Agamar Star Wars Legends:
The Farlander Papers
1993 Novella A barren, rocky planet in the Outer Rim. Site of a still-active reserve of Separatist droids that became known for surviving the Clone Wars. [4]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2012 TV series (mentioned)
Star Wars Rebels 2016 TV series
Ahch-To The Force Awakens 2015 Film Largely oceanic planet on which Luke Skywalker has been hiding for several years, and the location of the first Jedi Temple and the Tree Library of sacred Jedi texts. Porgs, Lanai and thala-sirens are among the native species. [5][6]
Ajan Kloss Star Wars Battlefront II The Rise Of Skywalker 2017 Video game A jungle moon which serves as a new base of operations for the Resistance. Years before, Leia and Luke were training there. Leia Organa dies here after using the last of her energy to reach out to her son through the Force. [7]
Akiva Star Wars: Aftermath 2015 Book Jungle planet and home of Norra and Temmin Wexley, and a primary setting in Aftermath. [8]
Alderaan A New Hope 1977 Film Forests, mountains; home planet of Princess Leia and the House of Organa. Destroyed by the first Death Star as punishment for involvement in the Rebel Alliance and also as a demonstration of power. [9]
Aldhani Andor 2022 TV series A temperate, alpine planet with highlands, valleys, forests, and lakes sacred to the indigenous Dhani people, until they were relocated by the Empire, having established a base situated within a dam housing a vault funding its military. [10]
Aleen Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series A subterranean world located in the Mid Rim. The native species include, the surface-dwelling beings called the Aleena and sentient tree-like beings called Kindalo.


Alzoc III Star Wars Legends:
Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
2003 Video game Ice planet, with many glaciers, and on its surface lies a crashed separatist carrier, with an anti-gravitational device. [12]
Star Wars: Last Shot 2018 Book (mentioned)
Anaxes Star Wars Legends:
Star Wars: Empire at War
2006 Video game A rocky planet located in the Azure sector of the galaxy's Core Worlds region. A majority of its surface was covered with tall, red plant-like life. In the early years of the Imperial Era, the planet was destroyed in a cataclysm, with the remains becoming the Anaxes asteroid belt. [13]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2020 TV series
Ando Star Wars Legends:
Dark Force Rising
1992 Book A water-covered planet located in the Outer Rim, it is home to the amphibious Aqualish species and endures great turmoil during the Separatist Crisis. [14]
Star Wars Rebels: Head to Head 2014 Book
Anoat The Empire Strikes Back 1980 Film (mentioned) Polluted; A nearly inhospitable planet used by the Empire. [15]
Star Wars Legends:
Star Wars: Dark Forces
1995 Video game
Star Wars: Uprising 2015 Video game
Atollon Star Wars Rebels 2016 TV series Desert planet, site of Phoenix Squadron Rebel base. Home of the spider-like hexapods known as the Krykna, and the powerful force-wielder Bendu. The Battle of Atollon was allowed by Grand Admiral Thrawn himself, and destroyed most of the base, forcing the Phoenix Squadron to leave. [16]
Barton 4 The Bad Batch 2023 TV series An icy planet where the Galactic Empire maintained a supply depot. The clone trooper CT-9904 "Crosshair" was sent to the outpost on the planet. [17]
Balnab Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 TV series A Barbaric world once visited by R2-D2 and C-3PO. [18]
Batuu Thrawn: Alliances 2018 Book A planet that features a remote frontier outpost and an old trading port. [19][20][21]
Bespin The Empire Strikes Back 1980 Film A gas planet with a thin layer of habitable atmosphere where Cloud City was located. The planet's gas layers were a source of rare tibanna gas which was harvested and refined at mining complexes like Cloud City. [22][23]
Bogano Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2019 Video game A largely uninhabited grassy planet in the Outer Rim, home to a Zeffo vault. [24]
Bora Vio The Bad Batch: Season 1 Episode 9 2021 TV Series Located in the Lido system, this planet has a cloudy atmosphere and hosted a Kaminoan facility that was abandoned by the time of the Galactic Empire. [25]
Bracca Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2019 Video game An inhospitable junkyard planet in the Mid Rim considered strategically important in the Clone Wars. Becomes useful to the Scrapper Guild whose members salvage decommissioned ships for the Empire. [26]
Cantonica The Last Jedi 2017 Film An arid planet where the resort city of Canto Bight, home of the Canto Casino and Racetrack, is located. [27][28]
Castilon Star Wars Resistance 2018 TV series An ocean planet located in the Outer Rim near Wild Space. Home to the aircraft refueling station Colossus, as well as a destination for racers. [29]
Cato Neimoidia Star Wars Legends:
Darth Maul: Saboteur
2001 Short story Colony world of the Neimoidian species. The site of battles throughout the Clone Wars, notable for its "Bridge Cities". Also the site of Plo Koon's death during the Great Jedi Purge. [30]
Revenge of the Sith 2005 Film
Chandrila Star Wars Legends:
The Truce at Bakura
1994 Book Homeworld of Mon Mothma and Ben Solo, it serves as the first capital of the New Republic. Serene planet known for calm seas and rolling hills. [31]
Star Wars: Aftermath 2015 Book
Christophsis Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 TV series During the Clone Wars, the Battle of Christophsis occurs here, serving as an introduction to Ahsoka Tano. [32]
Concord Dawn Star Wars Legends:
The Last One Standing: The Tale of Boba Fett
1996 Short story Home planet of Jango Fett. Habitable planet that is surrounded by a large amount of debris from many vicious wars. Formerly controlled by the Mandalorians. [33]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2012 TV series (mentioned)
Star Wars Rebels 2016 TV series
Corellia A New Hope 1977 Film (mentioned) Industrial planet located in the Core of the galaxy, with a strong culture of training pilots. Homeworld of Han Solo and Qi'ra. [34]
Star Wars Legends:
The Corellian Trilogy
1995 Book
Solo: A Star Wars Story 2018 Film
Coruscant Star Wars Legends:
Heir to the Empire
1991 Book Cosmopolitan urban world consisting of one planet-wide city. Coruscant is situated in the heart of the Star Wars galaxy with a population of over one trillion, and is Governmental center of the Galactic Republic and later the Galactic Empire. Home to the main Jedi Temple.[35] [22][36]
Return of the Jedi (Special Edition) 1997 Film
The Phantom Menace 1999 Film
Crait Leia, Princess of Alderaan 2017 Book Small mineral planet located in a remote section of the galaxy, its surface is covered with a layer of white salt over its red-colored soil. In Leia, Princess of Alderaan it is the location of an early Rebel Alliance outpost. Leia and her remaining Resistance forces flee there in The Last Jedi, where they face off with the First Order. [37]
Daiyu Obi-Wan Kenobi 2022 TV series A cityscape planet where Ben Kenobi begins his search for Leia Organa. [38]
D'Qar The Force Awakens 2015 Film Site of a Resistance operations base led by General Leia Organa. [39]
Dagobah The Empire Strikes Back 1980 Film Swamp planet and Yoda's residence after the fall of the Jedi. [9]
Dantooine A New Hope 1977 Film (mentioned) Rural planet and the former site of a Rebel base. The writers of Rogue One considered depicting the Rebels evacuating the base for Yavin 4, but "it didn't move the story forward and it would have cost a ton of money." [40][41]
Star Wars Legends:
Jedi Search
1994 Book
Star Wars Rebels 2017 TV series
Dathomir Star Wars Legends:
The Courtship of Princess Leia
1994 Book Sith world and homeworld of the Nightsisters, including the Force-sensitive Asajj Ventress. Also the homeworld of the Zabrak warriors, including Darth Maul. A remote world, perpetually bathed in blood-red sunlight and home to numerous dangerous predators. [36][42][43][44][45]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series
Devaron Star Wars Legends:
Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina
1995 Book Forest planet with an ancient Jedi Temple. Home to the horned Devaronian species. [46]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2009 TV series
Eadu Rogue One 2016 Film Rocky, mountainous planet beset by constant severe storms. Home to an Imperial weapons research facility. Its appearance was partly inspired by the fictitious planet LV-426 from the Alien franchise. [47]
Endor Return of the Jedi 1983 Film Blue gas giant with a complex planetary system, including moons like Sanctuary and Kef Bir, this system was controlled by the Empire until the second Death Star was destroyed. [48]
Endor (Sanctuary) Return of the Jedi 1983 Film Forest moon that the second Death Star orbits, and house to an Imperial outpost. Inhabited by Ewoks. The location of the battle between the Rebel Alliance and the Empire leading to the destruction of the second Death Star. [49]
Er´kit Star Wars Commander 2014 Video game Desert planet located in the galaxy's Outer Rim Territories. Homeworld of the Er'Kit species. [50]
Eriadu Star Wars Legends:
Darth Maul: Saboteur
2001 Book Planet located in the galaxy's Outer Rim. Homeworld of Grand Moff Tarkin and his family. [51]
Tarkin 2014 Book
Esseles Star Wars Legends:
Episode I Adventures
1999 Book Under Imperial Control. The Empire has a listening post concealed in Esseles icy ring. [52]
Star Wars Squadrons 2020 Video game
Exegol The Rise of Skywalker 2019 Film A stormy planet in the galaxy's "Unknown Regions", with its location deliberately obscured by Republic and Jedi efforts. An ancient bastion of the Sith, it serves as the lair of Darth Sidious and the Sith Eternal during the construction of a Sith armada known as the Final Order. [53]
Felucia Revenge of the Sith 2005 Film Jungle planet teeming with plants but little animal life. Aayla Secura is assassinated here during the Great Jedi Purge. [54]
Ferrix Andor 2022 TV series Desert planet with extensive scrapyard industry and known for its salvage markets. [55]
Florrum Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2009 TV series Sulfurous desert planet. Hondo Ohnaka is the leader of a pirate gang based on the planet. [54]
Fondor Star Wars Legends:
Darth Vader Strikes
1981 Comics Imperial manufacturing center with large shipyards. [56]
Star Wars Battlefront II 2017 Video game
Geonosis Attack of the Clones 2002 Film Rocky desert planet where battle droids are manufactured, and the site of the opening battle of the Clone Wars. All life on the planet is presumed destroyed by the Empire in Star Wars Rebels, with two exceptions: Klik-Klak and his offspring. Primary construction site of the first Death Star. Homeworld of the Geonosians. [57][58]
Hosnian Prime The Force Awakens 2015 Film Urban planet and capital of the New Republic. Destroyed by the First Order's Starkiller Base. [59][39]
Hoth The Empire Strikes Back 1980 Film Desolate ice planet and base for the Rebel Alliance. [22]
Iego The Phantom Menace 1999 Film (mentioned) An Outer Rim planet that harbors flying creatures called Xandu and medicinally important plants called Reeska. Iego is surrounded by 1000 moons and at least one of these, named Millius Prime, is home to a race called the Angels. [60][3]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2009 TV series
Ilum Star Wars Legends:
Jedi Quest: Path to Truth
2001 Book Remote ice planet where kyber crystals are mined. Converted into Starkiller Base by the First Order and destroyed in The Force Awakens. [61][62][63]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2012 TV series
Iridonia Star Wars Legends:
Star Wars Episode I Journal: Darth Maul
2000 Book Home of the Iridonian Zabrak people and formerly rumored birthplace of Darth Maul. [64]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series (mentioned)
Jabiim Star Wars Legends:
Star Wars: Republic
2003 Comics A desert planet site of the Path, here Ben Kenobi help people to escape from the Empire. [65]
Obi-Wan Kenobi 2022 TV series
Jakku The Force Awakens 2015 Film Desert planet. Site of a "graveyard" of ships damaged during the Battle of Jakku, the final battle between the New Republic and the Galactic Empire. Also the homeworld of Rey. [66][39]
Jedha Rogue One 2016 Film Cold desert moon, and a sacred place for believers in the Force. A source of kyber crystals used for lightsabers and the Death Star's primary weapon. It is also the first location on which the Death Star's destructive capability is tested.

Rogue One's director, Gareth Edwards, has described the location as "a Mecca or Jerusalem within the Star Wars world". It is also a homonym for Jeddah, the principal gateway to Mecca.

Jelucan Star Wars: Lost Stars 2015 Book A rocky, mountainous planet in the Outer Rim, and the homeworld of Thane Kyrell and Ciena Ree. [69]
Jestefad Revenge of the Sith 2005 Film A large gas planet that is part of the Mustafar system. Directly responsible for Mustafar's volcanic climate due to an intense gravitational tug-of-war with close by gas giant Lefrani. [70]
Kamino Attack of the Clones 2002 Film Ocean planet located outside the main galaxy, where cloning technology is developed and the Clone Army is created and trained. Obi-Wan Kenobi discovers that the planet is missing from the Jedi archives; it is later revealed to have been deleted as a part of the Sith plot to start the Clone Wars, and take over the galaxy. [9][23]
Kashyyyk Star Wars Holiday Special 1978 TV film Forest planet and home of the Wookiees. Also the site of one of the final battles of the Clone Wars. [71]
Revenge of the Sith 2005 Film
Kef Bir The Rise of Skywalker 2019 Film A moon of Endor and the location of some of the wreckage of the second Death Star after it was destroyed in Return of the Jedi. [72][73]
Kessel Star Wars 1977 Film (mentioned) A mining planet that has been fought over by crime lords for its valuable Spice. A fissure vent beneath the spice mines served as a source of astatic coaxium, an element that could be refined into hyperfuel for starships. [74]
Star Wars Legends:
Jedi Search
1994 Book
Star Wars Rebels 2014 TV series
Kijimi The Rise of Skywalker 2019 Film A frigid mountainous planet. It was the homeworld of Zorii Bliss, leader of the smuggling gang known as the Spice Runners of Kijimi. It is later destroyed by the Xyston-class Star Destroyer Derriphan of the Sith Eternal's fleet, the Final Order, as a show of force for the rest of the galaxy. [75]
Koboh Star Wars Jedi: Survivor 2023 Video game A rugged planet known for its abundance of the mineral priorite. Location of Rambler's Reach outpost. [76]
Kuat Star Wars Legends:
Wedge's Gamble
1996 Book Industrial planet home to Kuat Drive Yards, the manufacturer of Star Destroyers. [77]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2009 TV series (mentioned)
Lah'mu Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel 2016 Book A remote planet with black sands, where Jyn Erso and her parents go into hiding. [78]
Lothal Star Wars Rebels 2014 TV series Remote farm planet and birthplace of Ezra Bridger. [79]
Lotho Minor Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series A planetary junkyard and hiding place of Darth Maul after his presumed death. [80]
Malachor Star Wars Legends:
Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
2004 Video game Desolate Sith world and site of two major battles thousands of year apart: one involving the Scourge of Malachor, the other between Darth Maul, several Rebels, Darth Vader, and several Inquisitors. [81]
Star Wars Rebels 2016 TV series
Malastare The Phantom Menace 1999 Film (mentioned) Forested planet where podracing is popular. Birthplace of Sebulba and homeworld of the Dug. [82]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2010 TV series
Mandalore Star Wars Legends:
Marvel Star Wars
1982 Comics Outer Rim planet that is the homeworld of the Mandalorians torn by wars between Mandalorians and Jedi and eventually purged by the Empire, scattering the few Mandalorians throughout the galaxy (including Bo-Katan). Mandalore has one moon, Concordia, which is fully inhabited. [83]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2010 TV series
Mapuzo Obi-Wan Kenobi 2022 TV series A planet desertified by Galactic Empire where Ben Kenobi and Leia Organa are hiding; first rematch between Kenobi and Vader. [65]
Maridun Star Wars Legends:
Star Wars: Empire
2004 Comics Grassy planet remaining undiscovered until the Clone Wars. [84]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2009 TV series
Mimban Star Wars Legends:
Splinter of the Mind's Eye
1978 Book Swamp planet with perpetual fog and overcast sky. [85]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 TV series (mentioned)
Solo: A Star Wars Story 2018 Film
Mon Cala Star Wars Legends:
Dark Empire
1991 Comics Ocean planet, home to the Mon Calamari and Quarren species. Also known as Mon Calamari, or Dac. [23][86]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series
Moraband Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2014 TV series Home planet of ancient Sith lords. Known as Korriban in Legends. [87]
Mortis Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series Planet existing in the spiritual realm within the Force, with a wall surrounding it, home to the three near-omnipotent Force wielders known only in the Jedi Archives as the Mortis Gods. It is said that "the planet is a conduit through which the Force flows."[88] [89]
Mustafar Revenge of the Sith 2005 Film Volcanic planet and Sith world used by the Techno Union to mine for valuable materials. Hiding place of the Separatist Council during the final days of the Clone Wars, and the location of the duel between Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi that results in the former's disfigurement. During the Imperial Era, it is the location of Darth Vader's personal stronghold.

In the VR game Vader Immortal, it is revealed that Mustafar was once forested and very populous, but was left devastated by an ancient battle. It later begins to slowly heal itself, and, by the time of The Rise of Skywalker, trees appear to have regrown on Mustafar's surface.

Mygeeto Revenge of the Sith 2005 Film Cold, urban planet that served as a battle site in the final days of the Clone Wars, as well as the death place of Jedi Master Ki Adi Mundi by Order 66. Colony world of the Muun species. [91]
Naboo The Phantom Menace 1999 Film Home planet of the Gungans, including Jar-Jar Binks, and various humans, who compose a civilization called the Naboo, which includes Padmé Amidala and Palpatine. [90]
Nal Hutta Star Wars Legends:
Dark Empire
1991 Comics Home planet of Jabba and other Hutts. Close to the urban moon of Nar Shaddaa. [92]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2010 TV series
Nevarro The Mandalorian 2019 TV series A volcanic planet with black sands and lava flows, located in the Outer Rim Territories. Nevarro was a hub of the Bounty Hunter Guild as well as home to a Mandalorian covert in the early days of the New Republic. [93]
Niamos Andor 2022 TV series A warm, sunny resort planet with pleasant beaches and calm waters that serves as a destination for outlaws to hide. Under Imperial occupation, it was where Cassian Andor was arrested by Imperial shoretroopers and given a six-year sentence. [94]
Numidian Prime Solo: A Star Wars Story 2018 Film Rainforest paradise that is a haven to smugglers and thieves. [95]
Nur Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2019 Video game A water moon of Mustafar, base of Fortress Inquisitorius where Ben Kenobi rescues Leia Organa. [96]
Oba Diah Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2014 TV series Location of the Pyke Syndicate's stronghold [97]
Onderon Star Wars Legends:
Tales of the Jedi
1994 Comics Jungle planet where Anakin Skywalker and his padawan Ahsoka Tano lead a revolt against its Separatist-controlled usurpatory king Sanjay Rush during the Clone Wars; birthplace of Saw Gerrera. [98]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2012 TV series
Ord Mantell The Empire Strikes Back 1980 Film (mentioned as Ord Mandell) A planet where Han Solo tells of having a run-in with a bounty hunter. [99]
Star Wars Legends:
The Bounty Hunter of Ord Mantell
1981 Comics
Ossus The Force Awakens 2015 Film A verdant planet; home of Luke Skywalker's Jedi Temple. [100]
Pasaana The Rise of Skywalker 2019 Film A desert planet on the edge of the galaxy, home to the Aki-Aki species. [101]
Pillio Star Wars Battlefront II 2017 Video game Uncolonized aquatic planet with over 3 million species, and the location of one of Darth Sidious' observatories. [102][103]
Polis Massa Revenge of the Sith 2005 Film Outer Rim planetoid within an asteroid field of the same name; birthplace of Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa. [104]
Raada Ahsoka (novel) 2016 Book Farming moon in the Outer Rim, where Ahsoka Tano hid under the name "Ashla" after Order 66. [105]
Rishi Star Wars Legends:
Dark Force Rising
1992 Book Tropical planet used by the Republic to monitor the nearby cloning facility on Kamino. [106]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 TV series
Rodia Star Wars Legends:
Shadows of the Empire
1996 Book Home planet of the Rodians, including Greedo. A remote swampy, jungle planet, it was represented by Onaconda Farr in the Galactic Senate during the Clone Wars. [107]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 TV series
Rugosa Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 TV series A moon that consists of giant coral reefs. Yoda meets King Katuunko of the Toydarians here after being tested in battle by the Separatist Droid Army, during the early days of the Clone Wars. It is here where King Katuunko pledges Toydaria's allegiance to the Galactic Republic. [108]
Ruusan Star Wars Legends:
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
1997 Video game Barren planet housing the Valley of the Jedi. Site of a great battle between the Sith and the Jedi. [109]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 TV series
Ryloth Star Wars Legends:
Tales from Jabba's Palace
1995 Book Dry, hot home planet of the Twi'leks, including Hera Syndulla and Jedi Master Aayla Secura. [110]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2009 TV series
Saleucami Revenge of the Sith 2005 Film Primary terrain deserts and swamps. Home of the clone trooper deserter Cut Lawquane. Jedi Master Stass Allie is killed here during the Great Jedi Purge. [111]
Savareen Star Wars Legends:
Star Wars Adventure Journal 9
1996 Comics Desert and ocean planet. where destitute villages farm wind and refine coaxium. In Solo: A Star Wars Story, the Millennium Falcon arrives there after Han and his crew steal coaxium from Kessel, and Dryden Vos and Tobias Beckett die there. [112]
Solo: A Star Wars Story 2018 Film
Scarif Star Wars Battlefront: Rogue One: Scarif 2016 Video game DLC Oceanic "paradise world" used for construction of the Death Star after the project was moved from Geonosis during the Imperial Era. When Rebel Alliance members raid the Imperial database from the secret base on one of its tropical islands, the planet is destroyed to impede their escape with the Death Star plans. [113]
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 2016 Film [114]
Seatos Ahsoka 2023 TV series A forest planet with red-leaved trees. Location of the Reflex Point and where Morgan Elsbeth's ship, the Eye of Sion, is built. [115]
Serenno Star Wars Legends:
Darth Bane: Rule of Two
2007 Comics A planet in the Outer Rim Territories. Homeworld of Count Dooku. [83]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series
Shili Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2012 TV series Home planet of the Togruta, including Jedi Council member Shaak Ti and Padawan Ahsoka Tano. [116]
Sissubo Star Wars Squadrons 2020 Video game Seventh Planet of the Chandrila system. It is surrounded by a debris field of remnants of Imperial Ships. [117]
Skako Minor Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2020 TV series Home planet of Wat Tambor. Known for its highly pressurized atmosphere, necessitating specialized suits to be worn by all off-world Skakoans. [118]
Sorgan The Mandalorian 2019 TV series A forested backwater planet in the Outer Rim mostly populated by human farmers who harvest krill which is used to make spotchka, a popular drink on the planet. Local farmers are constantly attacked by Klatooinians. [119][120]
Subterrel Attack of the Clones 2002 Film (mentioned) Mining planet mentioned by Dexter Jettster who spent time prospecting there. Located near Kamino, beyond the Outer Rim. [121]
Sullust Return of the Jedi 1983 Film (mentioned) A volcanic planet whose atmosphere was highly toxic forcing the native Sullustans to build technologically advanced subterranean cities. It was the base of Imperial factories and the SoroSuub corporation employed roughly half the population. [23][122]
Star Wars: Battlefront 2015 Video game
Takodana The Force Awakens 2015 Film Forest planet and site of Maz Kanata's castle. Neutral territory between First Order and Resistance. [123][39]
Tanalorr Star Wars Jedi: Survivor 2023 Video game A planet strong with the Force, hidden inside a nebula near Koboh. Home of Dagan Gera's Jedi Temple. [124]
Tatooine A New Hope 1977 Film Desert planet and childhood home of Anakin Skywalker and Luke Skywalker. Location of Jabba the Hutt's palace. [22]
Teth The Clone Wars 2008 Film During the Clone Wars, Jabba's son Rotta is abducted by the Separatists and brought to this planet. Anakin and Ahsoka Tano travel to Teth and rescue Rotta from Asajj Ventress. [125]
Toydaria Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2010 TV series Home planet of Watto and other Toydarians. Close to Nal Hutta. [126]
Trandosha Star Wars Legends:
The Mandalorian Armor
1998 Book (mentioned) Homeworld of the Trandoshan hunters. In the same solar system as Kashyyyk. [127]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series
Umbara Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series Planet with a thick, foggy atmosphere. Home to the Umbarans. [128]
Utapau Revenge of the Sith 2005 Film Remote planet, covered in deep sinkholes and home to the Utai and Pau'ans. Site of General Grievous' death and a separatist base during the last days of the Clone Wars. [58]
Vandor-1 Solo: A Star Wars Story 2018 Film Icy, mountainous planet that is the site of a Crimson Dawn train heist led by Tobias Beckett in Solo: A Star Wars Story. [129]
Vardos Star Wars Battlefront II 2017 Video game Imperial stronghold and home to Iden and Garrick Versio. One of the first targets of Operation: Cinder. [102][130]
Wobani Rogue One 2016 Film A desolate wasteland and the site of an Imperial penal labor colony. [131]
Wrea Star Wars Legends:
The New Rebellion
1996 Book A planet near an asteroid field where Saw Gerrara raises Jyn Erso after her father is taken by the Empire. [132]
Star Wars: Rebel Rising 2017 Book
Yavin Star Wars 1977 Film Gas planet with several moons, including Yavin 4. [22]
Yavin 4 Star Wars 1977 Film Forest moon and base for the Rebel Alliance. [22]
Zeffo Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2019 Video game A planet with many mountains and stormy weather. Featuring ancient ruins and tombs, imperial excavations, and a crashed Venator near an ancient tomb. [133]
Zygerria Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2011 TV series A planet in the Outer Rim Territories home of the Zygerrian species. Zygerria was also known for a slave empire. [134]

Star Wars Legends planets and moons edit

These are planets with multiple appearances in the Star Wars Expanded Universe, now rebranded as Star Wars Legends. The accompanying works were declared non-canon by Lucasfilm in April 2014, following its acquisition by The Walt Disney Company in October 2012.[135]

Name First appearance Year Media Fictional description Ref(s)
Abregado-rae Heir to the Empire 1991 Book The base of operations for the smuggler Talon Karrde. [136]
Ambria Tales of the Jedi 1991 Comics The site of an ancient battle between Jedi and Sith. [137]
Anoth Dark Apprentice 1994 Book Rocky planet used to conceal the newly born Solo children. [138]
Arkania Tales of the Jedi 1994 Comics Gem mining planet with humanoid inhabitants. [139]
Bakura The Truce at Bakura 1993 Book Peaceful planet which issues a distress call when invaded by the Ssi-ruuk. [140]
Bonadan Han Solo's Revenge 1979 Book Corporate sector planet which lures a young Han Solo into a trap. [141]
Borleias Rogue Squadron 1996 Book Planet used as a stepping-stone for the New Republic to retake Coruscant. [142]
Byss Dark Empire 1991 Comics Planet chosen as the base of operations for a clone of Emperor Palpatine. Located very close to the center of the galaxy. It is destroyed by the Dark Empire's weapon, the Galaxy Gun. Included in at least one canon map. [143][144]
Carida Jedi Search 1994 Book Planet destroyed by the vengeful ex-Jedi Kyp Durron. [145]
Da Soocha V Dark Empire 1991 Comics Moon in Hutt space housing a provisional Rebel base under siege from the Palpatine clone. Capital of the New Republic between the Dark Empire recapture of Coruscant and its destruction. It is destroyed by the Galaxy Gun. [146]
Drall Ambush at Corellia 1995 Book A planet in the Corellian system whose inhabitants, the Drall, try to keep a low profile. [147]
Dromund Kaas Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith 1998 Video game A jungle planet and capital world of the Resurgent Sith Empire. Consumed with dark side energy and heavily electrified, site of the Imperial Citadel. [148][149]
Dxun Tales of the Jedi 1993 Comics Largest of the four moons of Onderon. Covered in dense jungles teeming with predatory animals. The location of Mandalore the Indomitable's death near the end of the Great Sith War. [150][151]
Hapes The Courtship of Princess Leia 1994 Book Planet whose prince tries to marry Princess Leia. [36]
Honoghr Dark Force Rising 1992 Book Planet whose warrior race is recruited by Grand Admiral Thrawn. [152]
Ithor Children of the Jedi 1995 Book Forest planet inhabited by pacifists who run a tourism industry. [153]
J't'p'tan Before the Storm 1996 Book A planet where Luke Skywalker tries to learn the identity of his mother. [154]
Khomm Darksaber 1995 Book Planet home to an insular society of clones. [155]
Korriban Tales of the Jedi 1994 Comics A planet used by generations of Sith lords. Known as Moraband in canon works. [156]
Kothlis Shadows of the Empire 1996 Book Bothan colony with a facility housing the second Death Star's plans. [157]
Lwhekk The Truce at Bakura 1993 Book (mentioned) Home planet of the Ssi-ruuk military society. [158]
Star Wars: Empire at War 2006 Video game
Muunilinst Specter of the Past 1997 Book Capital of the Intergalacting Banking Clan and homeworld of the Muun race, which includes Separatist leader San Hill and Sith Lord Darth Plagueis. The site of battles depicted in Star Wars: Clone Wars. [159]
Myrkr Heir to the Empire 1991 Book Treacherous swamp planet used by Talon Karrde and Mara Jade. [160]
N'zoth Before the Storm 1996 Book Desert planet home to a violent and genocidal species. [161]
Nkllon Heir to the Empire 1991 Book Barren planet, home to a mining venture by Lando Calrissian. [162]
Ralltiir Star Wars (radio) 1981 Radio drama Core world and galactic trading centre, occupied by Imperial forces under Lord Tion. [163]
Rattatak Star Wars: Clone Wars 2003 TV series Outer Rim planet and former home to Asajj Ventress. Homeworld of the white-skinned Rattataki. Ruled by various warlords. [164]
Sacorria Ambush at Corellia 1995 Book Planet near Corellia which attempts a coup against the New Republic. [165]
Selonia Assault at Selonia 1996 Book Ocean planet and the original home of many who reside on Sacorria. [166]
Thyferra The Bacta War 1997 Book Rainforest planet controlled by the Bacta Cartel. [167]
Toprawa Star Wars (radio) 1981 Radio drama Imperial security facility and source of the first Death Star plans (supplanted by Scarif in Rogue One). [168]
Vortex Dark Apprentice 1994 Book A planet disrupted by an accidental crash of Admiral Ackbar's ship. [169]
Wayland Heir to the Empire 1991 Book Planet where Grand Admiral Thrawn gains access to one of Palpatine's stockpiles. [170]
Zonama Sekot Rogue Planet 2000 Book A living, sentient world capable of traveling through space; source of the fastest ships in the galaxy. It is the seed of Yuuzhan'Tar, the Yuuzhan Vong homeworld. [171]

Similarities to real-world planets edit

ESO artist's impression of OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, an exoplanet compared to the ice planet Hoth

The discovery of exoplanets in the real-world universe gained pace in the early 21st century. In 2015, the US space agency NASA published an article which stated that many of the newly discovered astronomical bodies possessed scientifically confirmed properties that are similar to planets in the fictional Star Wars universe.

Kepler-452b, a rocky super-Earth-type planet, is said to be similar to the Star Wars planet Coruscant. Likewise, the planets Kepler-16b and Kepler-453b, planets discovered orbitting binary stars probably resemble the desert world Tatooine. The hot, molten worlds of Kepler-10b and Kepler-78b are comparable to the volcanic planet Mustafar. OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, a cold, remote exoplanet, is like the ice planet Hoth. Kepler-22b, thought by scientists to be an ocean planet, is compared to the planet Kamino.[172] According to NASA, there are also similarities to Alderaan and Endor in the real-world universe.[172]

Solar System edit

Two non-canonical works also feature the real-life Solar System's planets. Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas (1993) contains a feature, presented as a clip from a gossip column, in which a pair of Duros are abducted by humans and taken to "Urthha" (Earth), where they create havoc by misunderstanding terrestrial objects and food. In issue #19 of the comic series Star Wars Tales (2004), the story "Into the Great Unknown" finds Han Solo and Chewbacca in the Millennium Falcon, fleeing the Imperial Navy. They jump to hyperspace without doing calculations and find themselves in the middle of our Solar System, overpassing Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars while decelerating and landing in Northern America. Han is killed by Native Americans, and a mourning Chewbacca leaves the Falcon to live in the trees, where the natives believe him to be a sasquatch. In an epilogue set 126 years later, archaeologist Dr. Jones and his sidekick Short Round, searching for the sasquatch, find the Falcon and Han's remains.

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